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Game Description:Disney Interactive and SquareSoft team up to bring us a role-playing adventure game that incorporates Disney characters and environments into a Final Fantasy format. You are Sora, a young boy who holds the key to saving the world. Together with Captain Goofy and Court Wizard Donald, you set out to find King Mickey. You will adventure through 12 worlds, each based on a Disney movie, including Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Cameos from more than 200 beloved Disney characters as well as some SquareSoft favorites will attract fans of both. But it is the intricate storyline from Final Fantasy designer Tetsuya Nomura that promises to make Kingdom Hearts an unforgettable experience for videogame adventurers.
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  • Did Mickey Mouse Screw Donald Duck Out Of The Lead Role In Kingdom Hearts?

    It's no secret that Disney's Mickey Mouse has been shafting Donald Duck for decades. I never understood the rodent's motivation, but time and time again he's swerved his fowl friend. In a recent interview with Famitsu (translated by 1Up), Square Enix director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Disney wanted to cast Donald Duck as the leading...

    Posted July 9, 2009

    Did Mickey Mouse Screw Donald Duck Out Of The Lead Role In Kingdom Hearts?
  • Top 100 Video Games of All Time #55 - Kingdom Hearts

    Posted: June 13, 2012

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  • X-Play's Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Games

    Posted: May 27, 2008

    22,847 Views | 03:59 | 10 Comments

  • Holiday Games for Cheap Bastards

    Posted: December 11, 2007

    10,884 Views | 02:32 | 1 Comment


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